The following locations in Liverpool are associated with the Victorian author Charles Dickens during his lifetime. Dickens visted Liverpool a number of times to perform speeches, reading tours and also he departed from here on his two trips to North America.
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|Adelphi Hotel.||Charles Dickens stayed at the Adelphi Hotel a number of times.|
|Liverpool Workhouse||Charles Dickens visited injured soldiers here in March 1860 for an article he wrote.|
|Philharmonic Hall||Charles Dickens made a number of readings here.|
|St. Georges Hall||Charles Dickens made a number of readings here.|
|Theatre Royal||Charles appeared in an amateur performance of 'Every Man In His Humour' here in 1847.|